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Thursday, August 10, 2006

New poll has more bad news for Lieberman

The hits keep coming for Joementum.
Rasmussen Reports began polling the Ned Lamont-Joe Lieberman general election match-up last night. After 375 interviews, preliminary numbers show Lieberman ahead of Lamont by 3 percentage points. Republican candidate Alan Schlesinger is a non-factor in the single digits.

The last Rasmussen survey of a three way general election found Lamont and Lieberman tied at 40% with Schlesinger at 13%. It appears Lieberman is gaining ground primarily among GOP voters.

Rasmussen will be back in the field tonight to complete the survey and hopes to post final data on their website before midnight.
Now, you can better understand why Joe's taking his marching orders from the White House today. Just take a listen to the Right-wing noise machine and they're all ralling behind their favorite Democrat and for good reason...it's general election season and the GOP wants to rally their base to vote for Lieberman.

In other words, Joe Lieberman is running a whisper Republican campaign.